1) There wasn't a conclusion. Giorgio will get to that when he gets the chance.
2) That ABE rule should
block the reCAPTCHA, just as it's doing now. This should get it working -
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Thanks for the clarification!
Regarding  I will be patient, and thanks for taking the efforts to fix it
Regarding  Maybe I am wrong but I am 99,9% sure that this is a new behavior. I have those rules for many years
and never touched them. In the past, when I went on a page and in the quick menu temporarily allowed scripts
for this page, also the ABE rules seemed to be deactivated for this page (at least I always got all kinds of CAPTCHAS displayed).
This was nice. But now, when I visit some random page and temporarily allow scripts, I still need to disable
ABE somewhere deep in the settings (or always add the site to the "Accept from" line) to see CAPTCHAS etc.
This is very cumbersome!
Therefore I would like to request the following "feature", as the behavior of NoScript has obviously changed:
- When temporarily allowing scripts on a page, also treat this page automatically as being part of the
"Accept from" line in the ABE rules (kind of implicit behavior) or disable ABE for this page
- OR if this would conflict with the way ABE was designed, add another option to the quick menu
to temporarily disable ABE for a given site (without the need to add/remove it from the ABE rules)